A collection of works made using the antique wet-plate collodion process charting the ancient Atlantic coastlines and mountains of Scotland and Ireland. With many images never seen or exhibited before, The Point of The Deliverance is a unique visual record of the Irish and Scottish coastline as experienced through the eyes of an itinerant photographer, making a pilgrimage to the very edges of the Celtic world.
Alex Boyd is a landscape and documentary photographer, printmaker and writer. His work is primarily concerned with the Scottish landscape. As a photographer his work examines the role of early Scottish landscape photographers, often using antique processes such as the Victorian wet-plate collodion process using antique cameras in mountain environments.
Hardcover, 136 pages
20 x 24.5cm